Localize detects all phrases in your website/application; this includes dynamic content added to your application (including ajax content, alerts, popups, etc.)
In order to know which phrases you want translated you must approve them or "Publish" them for translation. Once you've approved a set of phrases, they’ll be moved into the Published bin (or In-Progress bin if this is feature is enabled).
You can read more about phrase states here.
- Go to the Manage Phrases page in your project.
If you are working on a new project, tips will be shown to help you learn how to approve phrases.
You can disable or enable suggestions by clicking on the light bulb in the top navigation bar.
- In the phrase states panel on the left, click on "Pending". These are the phrases that need to get approved before translations can be added (moved to the Published bin).
- Click on the icon to approve the phrase for translation. Click on the icon if you would like to block the phrase for translation.
- Use the Select All checkbox to select all phrases on the current page.
- Then click the Select all ## phrases link to select all phrases in the Pending bin.
Then you can take action upon multiple phrases per page or all phrases in the Pending bin.
You can Deselect all ## phrases also, if needed.
Once a phrase is in the Published bin it is ready to be translated.
If you turned on automatic machine translations in your Project settings, a machine translation will be generated for each phrase, published live onto your website almost instantly!
If you do not have automatic machine translations activated, the phrase will still show the source language phrase on your website until a translation is added. You can add your own translations or order human translations from one of our third party translation providers.
If you have any phrases that contain plurals for which you have not yet verified the singular and plural forms, you will see a warning message above the phrases listing. Read more...
Localize treats phrases with different case treatments as different phrases. Therefore, the phrase:
Hello World will be seen as a different phrase than
With the In-Progress feature enabled, all proposed translations will await approval for publishing in Needs Review. Read more...
Updated about a month ago